How To Calm Toddler Tantrums, Teach Them Self-Regulation And Help Their Brain Develop Without Time Out or Punishment
CALM THE TANTRUMS
Are you ready to stop feeling frustrated, and start feeling empowered as you know exactly how to help your kid in tantrum?
When my daughter was going through the terrible twos, I received a lot of different advice from friends and family. It was hard to know which was right and which was good.
My background is in Electrical Engineering and Business Management. I decided to solve this problem in my own nerdy way… I set out to study the science of parenting.
Then I found out something surprising…
When my child throws a tantrum, she’s not giving me a hard time. She is having a hard time.
Instead of having someone yelling at her or punishing her, what she needed was someone to help her.
When there’s a screaming child in front of you, it’s hard to keep things in perspective. But I’ve learned to regulate myself, because if I could not regulate myself, how could I expect a toddler to do it?
So I came up with solutions that work.
When you recognize that in a tantrum, it’s the brain being over-reactive and not the child being defiant, you can help your child calm down in a clear head.
Now, every time my child throws a tantrum, I see it as a brain-sculpting opportunity. It’s an opportunity to teach her self-regulating and coping skills.
My daughter has learned to recognize her emotions. She can name them and gradually calm herself. No punishment is ever needed.
We’re both calmer, happier and closer. We love spending time together and enjoy each other’s company. Even though she still has occasional meltdowns, because life is not perfect and there’re bound to be things that upset us, we know how to calm the tantrums and deal with the issues that upset her together.
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DDS, Amazon #1 bestselling author of The 8-Hour Sleep Paradox
This is one of the best parenting books out there. Li’s unique approach to handling toddler tantrums is simple, effective and backed by enormous amount of scientific proof. Her insights revolutionize the way we understand toddler behavior. A must-read for any parents and caregivers of young children.
Li offers a fresh new perspective on tantrums and gives parents the tools to turn terrible-two’s into valuable opportunities for a child to grow into a mature and resilient person. I highly recommend it.
LMFT, LPCC, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor
This is a must-read book for parents of young children, or anyone likely to spend time around young children. Ms. Li does an excellent job of summarizing, in clear and accessible language, the extensive literature on the neurobiology and psychology of human emotional development. She gives many practical tips on effective ways to manage these commonly challenging situations.
Hi, I’m Pamela, Editor-in-Chief of Parenting for Brain. When my daughter was going through the terrible twos, I received a lot of different advice from friends and family. It was hard to know which was right and which was good. My background is in Electrical Engineering and Business Management. I decided to solve this problem in my own nerdy way… I set out to study the science of parenting. This ebook is the result after poring over hundreds, if not thousands, of scientific studies. It is a follow-on to my first bestseller, Turning Tantrums Into Triumphs.
Join the thousands of parents who have used this strategy successfully and discover how science can help you create a happy home.
B.Eng Honors, McGill University
MSEE, Stanford University
MBA, Harvard University
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